marco at marcoguidetti.org
Wed Nov 30 18:01:02 CET 2011
I thought the same thing: If I try to run (with xmonad.Prompt.Shell)
x-terminal-emulator -e "ssh ciccio at pasticcio"
if instead I try to run
x-terminal-emulator -e ssh ciccio at pasticcio
I guess Prompt.Ssh runs the second (?)
Yes, terminal is in $PATH.
On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 5:51 PM, <wagnerdm at seas.upenn.edu> wrote:
> What have you set your "terminal" to? Is that terminal in your $PATH? Does
> that terminal recognize the -e option?
> Quoting Marco Guidetti <marco at marcoguidetti.org>:
>> I really like the idea of being able to open ssh sessions straight from
>> Somehow, it doesn't work and I don't understand.
>> Here's relevant part of the configuration:
>> import XMonad.Prompt
>> import XMonad.Prompt.Ssh
>> myXPConfig = defaultXPConfig
>> , ((mod4Mask .|. shiftMask, xK_s), sshPrompt myXPConfig)
>> So when I hit mod4Mask, shift and s it starts correctly the "Ssh to:"
>> prompt. At this point I enter the host name, and hit enter, and
>> nothing happens...
>> I guess it should open a terminal with a session to the host I just
>> entered, but it doesn't (there are no other windows with shells into
>> that machine).
>> Advice? Ideas? What am I doing wrong?
>> Thank you in advance,
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